FREE LASIK EXAMS
1-877-305-2010
<a href="/what-is-glaucoma">What is Glaucoma?</a> <a href="/cataracts">Cataracts</a> <a href="/optical-illusions">Fun Visual Tricks &amp; Optical Illusions</a> <a href="/albinism">Albinism&#039;s Affect on the Eyes</a> <a href="/how-to-select-lasik-surgeon">How to Select a LASIK Surgeon</a> <a href="/correcting-hyperopia-lasik">Correcting Hyperopia with LASIK</a>

Eye Surgery Articles

Improving one's vision, regardless if you wear glasses or contacts, is the goal of conductive keratoplasty surgery. The surgery eliminates the need for corrective lenses when a patient is bothered...

Refractive surgery is any form of eye surgery that is employed to improve the eyes’ refractive state. It is also utilized in order to lower or remove any dependency on contact lenses or...

As the list of eye disorders becomes complex, so does their list of cures. Eye surgery has made a lot of development with advanced...

Corneal surgery is also known as refractive surgery, and it includes the following types of procedures. It includes corneal transplant...

Limbal Relaxing Incisions LRI are classified as a refractive surgical process, which is meant to correct minor forms of astigmatism in an eye. A refractive surgical process is, by definition, a...

Eye Disorder Articles

Glaucoma is best defined as an eye disorder where the optic nerves sustain damage. This has the effect of permanently harming the vision in the impacted eye and possibly progressing all the way to...

Cataract surgery is a medical procedure where the cloudy natural lens of the eye is removed and replaced with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL) implant. The new, permanent, lens provides the...

Retinal surgery is surgery performed on the eye by an ophthalmologist. The eye requires extreme care before, during and after a surgical procedure as it is one of the most fragile organs of...

Holmes-Adie Syndrome is a neurological disorder of the eyes. The pupil of the eye and the automatic nervous system gets affected by the disease. In Holmes-Adie Syndrome, the pupil of the affected...

Have you ever seen a person’s eyes dancing or jerking? If he has nystagmus, then it is possible. Nystagmus is an eye condition that causes involuntary rhythmic shaking of the eyes. It came...

Pinguecula refers to a non-cancerous growth which forms underneath the eye’s conjunctiva. The term is taken from the Greek language denoting fat. In truth, the spot is not made up of fat but...

This eye condition has been dubbed as a surfer’s eye! It is called pterygium. This occurs when there is a raised, triangular shaped overgrowth of the conjunctival tissue over the surface of...

Proptosis, also known as exophthalmus, is the bulging of the eyes; one or both eyes are affected. When the eyes bulge they become trapped behind the eyelids. If preventative measures...

What is Strabismus?

When eyes do not align as normal, the condition is called strabismus. One eye may turn inwards or outwards, or both eyes may turn inwards or outwards. The condition is...

The word “coloboma” is derived from the Greek word “curtailed”. The word “curtailed” is used medically to describe the absence of normal tissue in the eye since...

Request a Free LASIK Exam

Search Local Eye Surgeons